Positive experience for all
We want to ensure the best possible experience for all students and staff at UWE Bristol. We are working to ensure that our commitment to equality is reflected in the behaviour, values and practices throughout the University. We are actively seeking to promote a culture where discrimination, bullying and harassment of any student or member of staff is unacceptable.
How we do this?
The objectives and actions set out within the Single Equality Scheme action plan will help us realise our aims and ensure that equality and diversity is embedded in everything that we do.
Joint Forum Against Sexual Violence and Harassment
The Vice-Chancellors of the UWE Bristol and the University of Bristol, and Presidents and Student Officers of both Students' Unions have committed their institutions to a zero-tolerance approach to sexual violence and harassment.
Stonewall Diversity Champion
Through our involvement with the Stonewall Top 100 Employers award, we have underlined our commitment to ensure that all students and staff are not discriminated against on the grounds of their sexual orientation.
Frequently asked questions
I feel discriminated against, what should I do?
If you feel discriminated against because of age/disability/gender identity/marriage or civil partnerships/pregnancy or maternity/race/religion/sex/sexual orientation, you can report this to the University.
UWE Bristol believes that discrimination, direct or indirect, is unjust. In the event of discrimination staff should report the incident using the dignity at work procedure. Students, contractors and visitors should report any incidents using the complaints procedure.
What do I do if I am assaulted or seriously threatened or intimidated?
Call Operations and Security:
Emergency number: +44 (0)117 32 89999
Non-emergency number: +44 (0)117 32 86404
Who do I need to contact for advice on any equality and diversity issue?
Inclusivity at UWE Bristol
Listen to our Diversity Champion Ron Ritchie speaking on BBC Radio Bristol about our commitment to equality and the wider inclusivity agenda:
Did you know?
"82% of all students said they were happy studying at UWE Bristol. BME students scored slightly higher overall satisfaction levels."